Well the big talking point towards the end of the season was Harry Kane suggesting to Tottenham that he wanted to move on. 

I can understand where Harry is coming from. He’s given everything to Tottenham over the last few seasons, but it just hasn’t happened for him. After losing Mauricio Pochettino, Jose Mourinho didn’t quite work out. A new manager – Nuno Espírito Santo – will now come in who might not suit Harry.

If Harry Kane were to move, where would he go? 

Lots of teams out there who would love Harry Kane’s services, but who could afford him? Over €100 million during this pandemic era is not quite there for a lot of teams. Personally, I’d love to see him at Liverpool, but I’m not quite sure they’ve got that kind of money. You’re looking at maybe Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City or Chelsea that could possibly afford him. 

 I think Tottenham chairman, Daniel Levy, would desperately not want him to go somewhere in the Premier League. Still, Harry might just have his sights set on Manchester City – especially with Sergio Aguero leaving, and like I’ve said, they’ve got the cheque book to depart with that kind of money. 

I’m going to go with Manchester City for Harry Kane. 


Check out our Football Transfer Specials to take a look at the odds surrounding some of the biggest names in world football and the teams interested in acquiring their services, including:  

Erling Braut Haaland to Manchester City at 5/4 (2.25), to FC Barcelona at 33/10 (4.30), or Real Madrid at 4/1 (5.00).

Declan Rice to Chelsea at 3/1 (4.00), or Manchester United at 3/1 (4.00).


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